Students can access a range of helpful resources for building their resumes, cover letters, and other documents. Resources include video tutorials, drop-in services, samples, and more.
Interviewing is a skill that takes preparation, practice, and dedication to hone. Explore our interviewing resources.
Social media offers students the opportunity to create a professional brand, market their skills to potential employers, and expand their professional network. Learn how to navigate LinkedIn.
Working with a Career Counselor one-on-one will allow you to successfully move through this process. While we encourage all first-year students to meet with a career counselor, individual counseling is available to all students throughout their four years.
Keep in mind, the process you go through now will be repeated throughout your working life as your professional career develops and changes. The decision-making skills you learn here will establish the confidence you will need to make career decisions in the future.
MyPlan is an online career development program free to all Drew students and alumni. To set up your own personal lifetime account, contact the Center for Internships and Career Development at email@example.com or 973-408-3710 to obtain the School License Code.
We encourage all students to review their results with a Career Counselor. To make an appointment with a Counselor, contact the Center for Internships and Career Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-408-3710.
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There are many correct resume styles. Be sure to choose the resume style that presents your background to the best advantage. The following samples will give you some basic examples. Be sure to have a career counselor or the Internship Coordinator review your resume before submitting it to employers or internship sponsors.